Bernese Mountain Dog

Large Bernese Mountain Dogs love and salivate a lot. Berners are friendly and gentle, making them good family pets. Expect more wet patches around the house in summer because they drool more.

Great Dane

The Great Dane, or "Apollo of dogs," is gentle, trainable, eager to please, and tolerant of young children.

Bassett Hound 

The Basset Hound is an easygoing breed, but not everyone can appreciate its laid-back nature. Because of their propensity to drool, you'll need a towel handy quite often with this breed. 

Dogue de Bordeaux

Drooling is the Dogue de Bordeaux's specialty. After appearing in Turner & Hooch, the DDB became popular in the US. When properly trained, the Dogue de Bordeaux makes a sweet and docile family dog.


Bloodhounds are known for their keen sense of smell. Slobberhounds drool a lot. Bloodhounds will run off if not leashed, so parents must always carry a wiping cloth and a leash.


Newfoundlands are irresistible. You'll get slimy from touching one. Newfies drool and shed, making them unsuitable for clean freaks. However, Newfie owners who clean up after them will be loved.

Saint Bernard

The Saint Bernard, native to the Swiss Alps, is well-known for his many talents, including search and rescue, babysitting, and excessive drooling.


The Mastiff's drool is as massive as the rest of the dog. Mastiffs are clean house dogs, but their owners still keep a towel handy in case their puppy slobbers on them or their clothes. 

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